Stofskop Dash In The Dust Is Back

The track is oval, flat and dirt. Dust and noise hang thick in the air as the riders hook first gear, keep left, go fast and let fly.

What Is It

The Stofskop Dash In The Dust is a social motorcycle event inspired by the idea of providing an affordable track day on the dirt oval. A fun day out for both motorcycle enthusiasts and spectators. It’s the most fun you can have on two wheels – or watching from around the track. Stofskop Dash in the Dust is all about adrenaline and taking part, with a funky, super-relaxed vibe thanks to slightly crazy competitors and their wacky riding gear. No wonder people who attend Stofskop love it, and come back year after year!

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Stofskop will appeal to motorcycle enthusiasts and families looking for something a little different to do. It’s an affordable day out, too! Given that Stofskop attracts every kind of rider, spectators can look forward to seeing almost every kind of motorcycle in action. Full details of category entry requirements can be found on the Stofskop website, but broadly speaking, bikes must fall into one of the following classes:

  • Inappropriate Road Bike
  • Moped Mash
  • Chop’s & Bobbers
  • Scrambler and Tracker
  • Plastic Pigs

When Is It

Saturday, 07 September 2019 at 10:30 – 17:00.

Where Is It

Randfontein Oval Raceway, Farm 249, Elandsvlei (Randfontein Oval Raceway) Randfontein, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It

Tickets cost R20 per person (children under 12 enter free) and can be purchased at the gate.

For More Information

For more information visit them on Facebook or their Stofskop website.

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2019-09-07 00:00:00 2019-09-07 18:00:00 Africa/Johannesburg Stofskop Dash In The Dust Is Back Randfontein Oval Raceway, Farm 249, Elandsvlei (Randfontein Oval Raceway) Randfontein, Johannesburg
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